Month: November 2021

London Luton Airport reaches Level 3 ‘Optimisation’

London Luton Airport has achieved Level 3 ‘Optimisation’ of Airport Carbon Accreditation in just 18 months after joining the programme. LTN reduced direct CO2 emissions by over 30%, despite a 23% increase in passenger numbers between 2016 and 2019. Congratulations to the team that had a hand in this excellent achievement! Find out more about […]

PRESS RELEASE: Airports report continued carbon savings despite challenges of COVID-19 crisis

Worldwide carbon management standard for airports, Airport Carbon Accreditation, releases global and regional CO2 reduction results by accredited airports. The savings made are comparable to emissions from the full lifecycle of almost 5 million smartphones. Cancun, 23 November 2021: As the global airport industry convenes in Cancun, Mexico for the 31st ACI LAC World Annual […]

Bologna Airport achieves higher level of accreditation – Optimisation unlocked!

Bologna Airport has just achieved Level 3 ‘Optimisation’ of Airport Carbon Accreditation. The Italian airport has spared no effort to reduce its impact on the planet. In particular, over the last 5 years BLQ reduced CO2 emissions under its control by 38.8%. Learn more in their Press Release. 

Global airport industry showcases increased climate ambition at COP26

Italy’s Milan Linate Airport and Japan’s Kansai Airports Group achieve the highest levels of Airport Carbon Accreditation as ACI presents latest advances towards Net Zero CO2 on stage at COP26 in Glasgow 10 November 2021, Glasgow – On the occasion of the COP26 side-event co-hosted by ACI World and ACI EUROPE, the global airport industry […]